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Seattle Sea Dragons unofficial Week 2 depth chart for 2023 season

We’ve got a look at a depth chart for the Seattle Sea Dragons ahead of their Week 2 contest. We break down relevant details for all your DFS needs.

Blake Jackson #80 of the Seattle Sea Dragons carries the ball against the DC Defenders during the first half of the XFL game at Audi Field on February 19, 2023 in Washington, DC. Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

Thursday night update: Slot receiver Kelvin McKnight is inactive for tonight’s game. His absence likely won’t be that impactful, as he had just 23 snaps, but his six targets will go somewhere. With Blake Jackson and Jahcour Pearson manning slot for the most part, they should pick up the slack.

Wednesday update: Pro Football Focus is doing XFL snap count data! This helps us to update the depth charts with a bit more accuracy. Check out the updated Sea Dragons depth chart below!

The Seattle Sea Dragons lost a tough one in D.C. on Sunday, losing 22-18 to the Defenders. Seattle did put up more yards and first downs, but turnovers ended up biting them. The good news is we got to see a ton of pass attempts, which helps give us a good idea of which receivers sit atop the pecking order.

Those receivers were also the receivers atop the official depth chart, which is always nice. Jahcour Pearson, Blake Jackson, and Josh Gordon led the way, with each seeing nine or more targets. Gordon had the best yards per catch and scored a touchdown, but Pearson was the reception king for PPR leagues.

We saw QB Steven Montez for a series, but that was likely based on the team saying every player would see playing time. Ben DiNucci threw the ball 54 times, so he got plenty of opportunities and should remain the starter for the foreseeable future.

Brendan Knox led the way on the ground with 11 carries, which included just 2.8 yards per carry, but also a touchdown. Morgan Ellison did see two targets to Knox’s zero, but with 54 passes, we’d hope for a receiving back to see more pass attempts. Ellison did run the ball 3 times for 17 yards, so there was a bit of efficiency there, but we’ll likely continue to see Knox as the lead back.

Seattle Sea Dragons unofficial Week 2 depth chart

Depth Quarterback Wk 1 Snaps
Depth Quarterback Wk 1 Snaps
1 Ben DiNucci 73
2 Steven Montez 5
3 Harrison Frost 0
Running Back
1 Brenden Knox 28
2 Morgan Ellison (rec. back) 33
Wide Receiver
1 Josh Gordon 56
2 Jahcour Pearson 57
3 Blake Jackson 76
4 Juwan Green 21
5 Kelvin McKnight 24
6 Jordan Veasy 57
7 Damion Willis 22
8 T.J. Hammonds 8
9 Jaylon Redd
Tight End
Charlie Taumoepeau 8
1 Dominik Eberle